Free Read: Picture This (Will Crawford #2), Chapter 5

Copyright 2013 by Theo Fenraven

This story contains material suitable only for adults.


Chapter 5

I went for my backpack, erection bobbing, to fetch the collapsible tripod. Usually, my hands were steady as a rock on a camera, but Will had completely destroyed my professional composure. Not that I minded. I hadn’t been this turned on since… Well, I couldn’t remember when the last time was.

I set up the tripod a lot less capably than usual, but eventually got it stabilized and the camera attached. “Okay, whenever you’re ready.”

I watched through the lens as he touched himself. It was like I wasn’t there, and on the other hand, totally there. He was both unaware of me, and aware. He stroked his chest, teased his nipples, played with his chest hair, ran his fingers up the insides of his thighs, trailed his hand across his stomach so I could see the muscles flutter in response, and then laid his left hand on his cock, fingers splayed, and stroked gently.

And yeah, he was hard. Very hard. And it was an amazing sight. I wanted to drop to my knees and worship him as he so deserved. Instead, I stayed at my post, behind the tripod, and captured the entire performance digitally.

My breathing was out of control, but that was okay, so was his. He was really into it, and I thought, Is he going to come? Christ… come? Please let him come….

He gave me a look, mouth open as he panted. “Still want?”

I looked at him over the camera. “Fuck, yeah.”

He laughed, and I kept working the camera as he got down to it. It eventually occurred to me: what kind of idiot was I, taking pictures while Will Crawford was jacking off?

I finally came to my senses, and I stopped and started working myself instead. It was strange, watching this through the camera lens. His hand was moving faster and faster, and mine was mimicking his movements, and when he came, so did I, and we were ten feet apart when it happened.

Will motherfucking Crawford, Mr. GQ. I thought I’d die, but then I decided I’d better not, because I didn’t want to miss what would happen next.

He lay against the wall, totally lax, head back, eyes shut, trying to get enough air into his lungs. There was semen all over his stomach and as high as his chest. I sank to my knees on the straw-covered floor, shivering.

“That was… that was….” Words failed me.

“Yeah….” he said on a long sigh. “It was.”

I looked at him, he looked at me, and then he got off his hay bale and came over to where I knelt on the floor. Pulling me to my feet, he kissed me, and oh what a kiss—sweet, tender, full of longing, all of it, all at once. I collapsed against him.

“What’s next?” he asked, and I laughed weakly, glad I hadn’t died before because the day wasn’t over yet, not by a long shot.


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15 Responses to Free Read: Picture This (Will Crawford #2), Chapter 5

  1. Allison says:

    While I appreciate and understand your desire not to write sex scenes much anymore…mmmm. I could definitely handle more of this. *turns on desk fan* 😀

    • I thought I was pretty good at it, but after reading so many between then and now, and most of them bad, I decided not to chance adding to the “ugh” pile. Heh.

      I’ve said it more than once, and I’ll say it again: sex has to move the story or characters forward, or there’s no reason to include it. And it has to be written well, or people will yawn, or worse, skim.

      This story is one of the few that exists solely for the sake of sex. 🙂

      • Allison says:

        Well, I don’t think it’s possible for you to add to the “ugh” pile but I understand. 😉

        Definitely. I have skimmed sex scenes in books but there are also some that I’ve skimmed the story and only read the sex which is definitely worse. Of course eventually with those books I either end up skimming all of it or DNF them.

        Thanks again for a wonderful start to a worse than usual Monday!

  2. valjo44 says:

    I have definitely “skimmed” sex scenes before, some because they were just so bad, others because I felt they didn’t add to the story (but the rest of the story still worked for me) but I think you need to rethink your position on your ability to write a sex scene. I definitely didn’t feel the need to skim and any scene that you end up reading over and over again (turns on fan AND air conditioner) moved not only the characters and the story but me! Trust me, you aren’t just “pretty good” you write a better sex scene then most of the other authors I read! 🙂 (although I do like the way AJ writes his, too!) 🙂 . No “ugh pile” for you!

  3. CaryLory says:

    Never skimmed any of your sex scenes. Have skimmed sex and story before but love your take on all—keep writing please.

  4. CaryLory says:

    Forgot to add– I am very glad that you really are a guy. So many women hide behind male sounding names and I am always disappointed when I do find out they are female.
    A male perspective is terrific to read esp. sex scenes as they are written from experience–well hopefully. Thanks for all yours.
    Also remember that there are 26 letters to choose from for characters first names. I hate to have to keep notes when authors use up to 5 girls with names that start with — lets say E–in one story. Makes me want to just close the book no matter how good the story is. Not saying you have done this–just mentioning pet peeves. And never refer to a pal as Buddy—hate that even for a dog’s name.
    Love all you write===

  5. Phew!! Definitely worth waiting for Fen, Oh to have been someone who’d lost their way and stumbled on the scene by chance…yeah right, hehe!! A voyeur…who, me??

  6. kmac64 says:

    I have read many books and within those books have been some really intense sex scenes. Without question, some are better than others. Some were so heated and passionate that I felt I should have been able to reach out and touch the characters. I research before I buy a book and get a pretty good feeling for what type of sex I am going to get based on information that I uncovered. I agree that the sex needs to move the story forward. I don’t like reading sex scenes just to be reading sex. With that said, I really like your writing style, and in no way do I feel you would ever fall short in writing a good sex scene. I am sorry that you will not be writing them for future stories. I realize sex does not make the story, but if it’s good, it doesn’t hurt either. Love this chapter, with your writing, you have a clear vision of what is transpiring, it feels real. No skimming required. 🙂

    • Very nice compliment. Thanks. 🙂

      I won’t be banning sex from future stories. It showed up in Precog. There was very little in Transgression, but what was there was important to the story and characters. When it matters in those ways, I will write it.

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